18-19 June 2004, GOTHENBURG (SWEDEN)

It is hard to find good spots in Scandinavia as well as sunny weather. But we did find a good spot in “Goeteborg” -the second biggest city in Sweden. Unfortunately, the sky was not really on our side, so by friday there was more rain than sun. Saturday started the same style, but later the day it became more dry.

At least it turned out to be a nice event. While it was raining friday and saturday morning the exhibition -Everwanting Streets- at Röda Sten has spent nice shelter. Total wallspace was approx 900 squaremeters and due to the weather-conditions unfortunately not completely painted.


Special woodwalls were built up for the W4G. More than 50 internationally active artists came to Göteborg to participate in the Everwanting Streets project – an extraordinary exhibition that has shown many innovative skills from classical Graffiti-Art over to Street-Art. On the walls: Dirty, Zdad, Unik (Stockholm), Ians (Gävle), X-man, Zappa (Goeteborg), Bah, Focuz (Holland), Casroc (Belgium), Penis( Wiesbaden), CMP, Spin (Denmark), Tiger(Malmö) Ridder, Jame, Exem (Oslo), Alma(Lund).




Line-Up ES: Akim, Ashar Khan, Ass Galaxy, Bates, Blue, Cecilia Gärde, Christoffer Berg, CP vs REA vs LUPS, Claus Carstensen, Daniel Skoglund, Demenz, Ecb, Finsta, Gone, HuskMitNavn, Jona Elfdahl, Kamilla Rydahl, Margot Jacobs, Maria Allansson, Michael Richter, Miss van, MOA, Mr Mucho, Per Agelii, Pike & Nug, Point, Seak, Soul, Susann Brännström, Swoon, Via Grafik, Zast, Zeppa, Zevs.

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